"We're all here at Woodstocks. Some day there will be a black president."
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Jenna's Janis Joplin movie reaches a whole new level.
I was a little disappointed that they went back to the old opening credits sequence. But that was quickly rectified by Andy's a cappella wedding music. Here's the new ad from Here Come's Treble. "You can call us Al-cappella!!!"
Slightly less coherent than the original.
"I have a dream that we can stop playing not just the blame the messenger game. I have a dream that we can stop playing the game of blame the messenger who's specifically saying the opposite message."
Colbert uses his scathing irony to call out on Obama for trying to deny the prisoners at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan the right of habeas corpus. In the same way he used to surreptitiously criticize Bush by agreeing with him, he is now turning it around to criticize Obama by positively associating his policies with Bush's. Sly move, Colbert.
"It's essentially the same stance taken by George Bush with one important difference: Obama makes the kids like it."
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